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Old 11-25-2012, 09:37 PM   #61
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Did that uphill tear up any fenders or mirrors?

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Old 11-25-2012, 09:52 PM   #62
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Nope....the catch is to only climb it if your tires are wider than other parts.....lol

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Old 11-25-2012, 10:01 PM   #63
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My mirror folded in on the Archer hill o' doom but no damage .
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Old 11-25-2012, 10:29 PM   #64
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I fold my mirror in at the bottom
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Old 11-25-2012, 10:53 PM   #65
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it was a good run, no damage that i know of, but a lost license plate and a cb antenna
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Old 11-25-2012, 11:24 PM   #66
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Lol.. was thinking that I need to get some spacers on.. my tires are just barely wider then the flares right now.
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Old 11-26-2012, 12:27 AM   #67
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My tires are even with my fender flares and my mirror was the only thing swept in on the hill climb.
Btw has anyone gone up ample and alluring? It's steep kinda like the Archers hill climb but wider- wonder what it's like with the mud.
I'm still happy about heading out on Saturday- when are we going again??
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Old 11-26-2012, 12:39 AM   #68
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My tires are even with my fender flares and my mirror was the only thing swept in on the hill climb.
Btw has anyone gone up ample and alluring? It's steep kinda like the Archers hill climb but wider- wonder what it's like with the mud.
I'm still happy about heading out on Saturday- when are we going again??
i won't have saturdays off for a long while my normal is tuesday wednesday, this was my vacation and it finished with one fun day,
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Old 11-26-2012, 12:48 AM   #69
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Btw has anyone gone up ample and alluring? It's steep kinda like the Archers hill climb but wider- wonder what it's like with the mud.
LOL, out of all the trails in TSF, I have not been on three and 26 - Ample and Alluring is one of them. The other two are:

123 - Truck Dent (a blue trail)
22 - Back to Back (a green trail)

I'm ready to cross these off my list though, so I'm always up for a run.
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Old 11-26-2012, 12:02 PM   #70
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LOL, out of all the trails in TSF, I have not been on three and 26 - Ample and Alluring is one of them. The other two are:

123 - Truck Dent (a blue trail)
22 - Back to Back (a green trail)

I'm ready to cross these off my list though, so I'm always up for a run.
Truck Dent is like a Jeep Commercial. Its kind of short. Worth doing once.

I have never done Back to Back Ample and Alluring or Stick in the nose.

One of these days...
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One of these days

Now I may be confused, I have Ample and Alluring marked on my GPS and I also have Bates Road marked, both of which I did this summer. One of these two has a good hill climb and I want to say it was Ample and Alluring. I remembered it being steep enough for the "pucker" factor, but still entertaining. Oh well, I guess there's only one way to find out....

The green and blue section of 7-up are also nice hills climbs similar to the Archers "V-notch" climb with a turn around at the top. This I know for a fact because I made sure to pay attention to the map and not drift onto the black section of 7-up, I am not ready for a roll over yet.

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Bates is pretty much a series of hill climbs or descents based on your direction . The Wrangler Forum group has adopted Bates.
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Now I may be confused, I have Ample and Alluring marked on my GPS and I also have Bates Road marked, both of which I did this summer. One of these two has a good hill climb and I want to say it was Ample and Alluring. I remembered it being steep enough for the "pucker" factor, but still entertaining. Oh well, I guess there's only one way to find out....
2 sections of Bates road fit the description of a steep hill climb with a pucker factor. Love that trail!!
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I stand corrected- we'll have to check that one out with the mud. Could make for a great video on "Bates Road- A Winch Love Story"

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Isn't that what 4-low is for? Mountain-goatn' up the steeps...
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Isn't that what 4-low is for? Mountain-goatn' up the steeps...
Yes, that and some skinny pedal

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